We took a fantastic tour with Wild Rover Tours to see Belfast and the Giant’s Causeway. Below we share our experience with the team and their tours.
What is the Giant’s Causeway?
The legend goes that Fionn mac Cumhaill (Finn McCool), an Irish giant, had a rivalry with a neighboring Scottish giant, Benandonner.
One day after enduring insults from Benandonner, Fionn built a path to use as stepping-stones to reach Scotland, which was then ripped up by Benandonner. What resulted was the Giant’s Causeway.
These approximately 40,000 interlocking pentagon-shaped basalt columns were the result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption over 60 million years ago.
Below are our Giants Causeway photos that will inspire you to visit this amazing natural wonder.
Giant’s Causeway Photos
How to Book a Giant’s Causeway Tour
The tour started with a 5 a.m. pickup in Dublin and we spent an entire day with the knowledgeable guides of Wild Rover Tours. The bus was very comfortable and even had WiFi and charging portals.
We stopped for lunch near the Giant’s Causeway and returned to Dublin promptly around 6:30 PM.
Tickets are 80 Euros per person and is such a great way to see Ireland’s major attractions.
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